Remine co-founder comes out swinging against detractors

After Remine announced it had raised $30 million, rumors began to swirl that MLS executives were among the firm’s undisclosed private investors.

What the MLS landscape will look like in 2019

In 2019, the number of multiple listing services in the U.S. will dip below 600, and understanding the MLS landscape is a complex task. This article visualizes MLS data to give big-picture context on the relationships among consumers, agents, brokerage…

MoxiWorks goes for Upstream’s jugular

Real estate technology firm MoxiWorks has thrown down the gauntlet, casting its own data service MoxiCloud as a replacement for Upstream, the controversial broker data management platform funded by the National Association of Realtors until a sudden split last month.

What I learned from a year of real estate technology reviews

Industry-wide, it was a wild year, thanks in no small part to the acceptance of iBuyer platforms and the viral growth of Compass.

The long, messy road to NAR’s costly breakup with Upstream

After reaching out to pilot brokerages and multiple listing services nationwide, it appears brokerages may not be using Upstream at all.

The long, messy road to NAR’s costly breakup with Upstream

After reaching out to pilot brokerages and multiple listing services nationwide, it appears brokerages may not be using Upstream at all.

NAR and Upstream get a divorce

Upstream and the National Association of Realtors (NAR) are ending their relationship. NAR, which spent millions in supporting the development of the data management platform for the real estate industry, had previously served as Upstream’s technology development vendor through its wholly owned subsidiary Realtors Property Resource (RPR).

The endless battle for data control

The battle over listing syndication isn’t new, and the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors isn’t the first to flirt with ending automatic syndication.

NAR subsidiary RPR cuts staff by 10% to meet budget goals

Realtors Property Resource (RPR), a subsidiary of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) has slashed 10 percent of its staff as part of a restructuring to help meet 2019 budget directives, RPR confirmed Tuesday in a news release.